Phil Lesh and Friends Live at The Independent on 2007-07-21
- Phil Lesh and Friends
01 Loose Lucy >
03 I'm So Gone *
04 Friend of the Devil %
05 The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down %
06 Seven Jealous Sisters > *
07 Franklin's Tower
01 The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion) >
02 Viola Lee Blues
03 So Hard To Find My Way *
04 New Speedway Boogie >
05 Down in the Valley Woe > *
01 Cryptical Envelopment > %
02 The Other One > %
03 Cryptical Envelopment > %
04 Mountains of the Moon > %
05 Sugaree > %
06 I Know You Rider %
07 E: Phil - Donor Rap/Band Intros
08 Box of Rain % (dedicated to Mark Karan)
* 1st time played (& Jackie Greene song)
% w/Barry Sless on Pedal Steel Guitar
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|Loose Lucy >|
|I'm So Gone *|
|Friend of the Devil %|
|The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down %|
|Seven Jealous Sisters > *|
|The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion) >|
|Viola Lee Blues|
|So Hard To Find My Way *|
|New Speedway Boogie >|
|Down in the Valley Woe > *|
|Cryptical Envelopment > %|
|The Other One > %|
|Cryptical Envelopment > %|
|Mountains of the Moon > %|
|Sugaree > %|
|I Know You Rider %|
|E: Phil - Donor Rap/Band Intros|
|Box of Rain % (dedicated to Mark Karan)|
Phil Lesh - Bass, Vocals
John Molo - Drums
Jackie Green - Guitar, Keyboards, Harmonica, Vocals
Larry Campbell - Guitar, violin
Steve Molitz - Keyboards
Barry Sless - Pedal Steel
Thanks for making it all happen: Darren Mason, Kerstin Weinberg,
Robert Scalcione (Happy 40th Michelle).
- 2007-07-24 13:06:38
- 744T > Adobe Audition 1.5 > 24/48 to 16/44 > CDWave FLAC
- San Francisco, CA
- Taped by
- Pete Gilmore, Monkey Tunes
- Transferred by
- Dawne Gilmore
- The Independent
Subject: Stonkin' rock toons
Had it playing on stream all day - will download it too so I can play it in the car.
Marvellous, will definitely be listening to more of this band's music now.
Joan was a great front and a better harp player, guess she took lessons from Booby.
But it's all good south of Mission, even if it ain't raining.
Mr.Lesh, the one's for you > 77777
Subject: Well I guess it's obvious
I think Jackie Greene coupled with THEEE best rythym/engine/flaming mo'flippin'/ kick ass/take no names band has nothing but an awesome future. Thank Gawwwwd we have a tour coming up to get some awesome S**T!!!
So, I'm excited . . . but not in a way you might think. Listen - Download - Give this to your Friends! And get excited about being on the verge of History BABY!!!!!
I want to talk a little about the music. Speedway Boogie in my mind is a snapshot in time for where the band was at. This song as recorded here displays the brilliance and ultimate potential of this band. It gave me goosebumps. The vocals, guitar work, the FEELING! is how it use to be! Without sounding corny = Damn near a religious experience. Listen, this song has holes because the band has not been playin' together very long . . . once the two or three holes are filled in and a comfort level begins to develop . . . how far can this band go? You gotta ask yourself the question.
With that said, Jackie - I like your stuff too. Your songs are insightful and you get it . . .
Band and company - yeah, you Jackie, keep up the good work! Love you guys!
Subject: fo show
Subject: Fire on the Mountian
Subject: Thank You!
On a side note I used to know a Pete Gilmore in Worthington, OH. If the taper of this show is from Worthington please send me a line at: Landon@tiltyourhead.com.
Subject: Phil & Friends are tighter than ever!
The Show - A small intimate gathering of folks lucky enough to get tickets, a taper giving enough to leave String Cheese in time for Phil, and the rest of us to enjoy this recording!!!
Download and enjoy!
Subject: Yeah for Pete & Dawne!!!
Subject: PLF fan forever
Subject: Thanks Monkey Tunes
Subject: Phil & Friends
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